A full guide to Scotland's squad for Women's Euro 2017
A player-by-player break down of who will represent Scotland in the Netherlands.
Scotland will open their Euro 2017 campaign with a bang, taking on the Auld Enemy in the Netherlands on July 19.
It may be their first shot at the competition but they insist they are not going just to make up the numbers. They're confident they have a real shot at progressing through the rounds.
Here is a look at manager Anna Signeul's squad for the tournament.
The Scots' captain and record appearance holder is looking forward to her first taste of tournament action after many near misses with the national team.
(Glasgow City; 0/0; 25)
The Glasgow City stopper has plenty of European experience with the Scottish champions but will have to be content with a back-up role in Holland.
(Vittsjo GIK; 24/0; 31)
The Canada-born keeper helped Scotland record their first win over England in 34 years back in 2011. Will hope to push Fay for a starting slot.
(Eskilstuna United; 4/0; 29)
Born in Lincolnshire but qualifies for Scotland thanks to her Shetlander mother. Started her professional career in America, now skippers Swedish outfit Eskilstuna United.
(Bristol City; 88/0; 29)
Started her career with Falkirk and has also turned out for Hibernian and Cypriot outfit Apollon Limassol before making her switch to England.
(Seattle Reign; 88/16; 27)
The great grand-daughter of former Scotland men's international Donald Colman. Will provide an added goal threat having already registered 16 international strikes.
(Vittsjo GIK; 120/0; 36)
Born in the US to Nigerian parents but moved to Scotland aged just three. Part of the Team GB squad for the 2012 London Olympics.
(Hoffenheim; 3/0; 23)
The German-born centre-back almost played for England because of her English father, but qualifies for Scotland thanks to her grandfather. Previously capped by Germany's Under-20 side.
(Hibernian; 4/0; 20)
Will be hoping for more success after helping her club regain the SWPL Cup earlier this season with a 4-1 thrashing of Celtic.
(Hibernian; 44/1; 30)
Played in the same youth team as St Johnstone midfielder Liam Craig. Had offers to move south but is determined to finish her career at childhood favourites Hibs.
(Hibernian; 23/0; 23)
The full-back gave up ambitions of being a gymnast to pursue her football career.
(Bristol City; 8/0; 22)
Former Celtic and Hibernian player moved to England last year. Her father, Gary, tragically died when a police helicopter crashed into the Clutha Vaults bar in Glasgow in 2013, and she has said she wants to do him proud in a Scotland shirt.
(Glasgow City; 52/3; 29)
Feared her Euros dream might be taken away from her earlier this year when former club Notts County Ladies folded but was able to sign on with Glasgow City.
(Chelsea; 8/2; 18 - turns 19 on July 19)
The youngest member of Signeul's squad has already been tipped for stardom after landing a big move to Chelsea last year. Turns 19 on the day of the England game.
(Arsenal; 60/14; 25)
Attack-minded player who has just swapped Bayern Munich for Arsenal after two years in Germany.
(Glasgow City; 85/9; 27)
Started her career with Edinburgh side Spartans and has also played professionally in Cyprus, Finland and Sweden.
(Glasgow City; 177/13; 31)
Another long-time servant of the national team and the country's most capped outfield player.
(Glasgow City; 132/9; 36)
With star midfielder Kim Little out injured, responsibility for driving the Scots forward will fall on Ross' shoulders.
(Liverpool; 38/5; 22)
The set-piece specialist was voted Scotland's player of the year last term.
(Eskilstuna United; 18/0; 22)
Has bounced back from a cruciate knee ligament injury to make herself one of the country's most promising talents.
(UPC Tavagnacco; 15/1; 24)
Started her career with Rangers Ladies but now plays in Italy. Finished last season as Serie A's top scorer.
(Doncaster Rovers Belles; 47/4; 27)
Began her career at Queen's Park and has gone on to have spells with Glasgow City, Celtic, Arsenal and Bristol Academy.
(Manchester City; 106/50; 27)
Rated by Signeul as one of Europe's top strikers and has backed it up with a string of goals for City in recent seasons.